Colton Groome & Company Helps POP Deliver Books to 9 Locations during Days of Impact

We’re still feeling the burn from the great results of last Thursday’s Days of Impact volunteer and book delivery day with a really cool crew from Colton Groome & Company! In just a few short hours, eleven volunteers from Colton Groome in South Asheville helped us sort, count, and pack OVER $6,000 worth of books….

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Branching Out and Taking Root: POP Project’s 2016 in Review and Look ahead to 2017

The POP Project added one more ring of growth last year to our history as an Asheville-based volunteer nonprofit. Though the year took us in many directions, we spread our branches and dug in deep to keep reaching toward our mission. POP sorted, packed, and delivered more than 6,800 free books in 2016 with a…

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Zealandia Capital Helps POP Deliver Books to 6 Locations during Days of Impact

Our heads are still spinning from the great results of last Wednesday’s Days of Impact volunteer and book delivery day with an amazing team from Zealandia Capital! In just a few short hours, a dozen volunteers from Zealandia Capital in downtown Asheville helped us sort, count, and pack OVER $6,500 worth of books for nine…

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A-B Tech Helps POP Deliver Books to 5 Locations for Our First Days of Impact Opportunity

The POP Project is fresh off our first Days of Impact volunteer and book delivery day with an amazing team from A-B Tech Community College. And we couldn’t have asked for better weather! In just a few short hours, ten volunteers from A-B Tech helped us sort, count, pack, and deliver OVER $5,400 worth of…

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Beginning the Year on a High Note: POP Project’s 2015 in Review and Look ahead to 2016

The POP Project broke our book delivery records again in 2015 by sorting, packing, and delivering over 7,500 books valued at nearly $38,000! These books were delivered to local area schools, children’s programs, shelters, housing and healthcare centers, food pantries, and detention centers to serve the people most in need of a greater access to…

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